PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Pittsburgh has been a pioneer in the “Maker Movement” since it got its name around 10 years ago.READ MORE: Shaler And North Allegheny Girls Basketball Teams Take Stand Against Racism
Many families know the “Makeshop” at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh since it replaced the Fred Rogers exhibit in 2011, one of the first around the country.
Now, we are seeing “makerspaces” all around the region, from community centers, libraries and even some schools.READ MORE: 1 Dead After Shooting At Washington County Convenience Store
The concept is rapidly catching fire, and Kidsburgh.org has a list of eight local “makerspaces” for kids.
For the full list, visit Kidsburgh at this link.MORE NEWS: COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Allegheny County Reports 3 Confirmed Cases Of UK Coronavirus Variant